Chiltern Railways is reminding football supporters that trains will not be going from Oxford station all day tomorrow.

Instead the rail company is set to run a high-capacity train service leaving from Oxford Parkway for Oxford United's League One play-off final against Bolton Wanderers.

It will stop at Bicester Village and Thame and Haddenham before heading to London Marylebone and Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

Additional and longer trains will be running both pre and post-match.

However, no trains are planned to serve Oxford's station for the entire day.

Due to the enhanced service from Oxford Parkway, trains will be too long to use the bay platforms at Oxford station. 

Instead, a limited rail replacement bus service will operate between Oxford and Oxford Parkway.

Travellers are advised to begin their journey from Oxford Parkway as it has one of the largest car parks on the route.

An expected surge in passengers means a queueing system will be in place at Oxford Parkway, Bicester Village and Bicester North before the match.

A similar system will be set up at Wembley Stadium immediately after the game.

Travellers may not be able to board their preferred train and are urged to arrive early and allow ample travel time.

Railway staff will be on-hand at Wembley Stadium to help travellers post-match.

As services and stations are set to be unusually crowded, passengers are recommended to plan ahead, check travel details online, and buy tickets in advance on the Chiltern Railways website or through their app.